Are you thinking about selling
your court reporting company?

Discover the benefits of choosing Veritext as your business partner.

Getting to know Nancy Josephs (CEO).

I’m Thinking About Selling My Court Reporting Business – What’s Next…

Are you thinking about selling your business? Then it’s time to start the conversation.
Whether you are ready to sell your business tomorrow or in twenty years from now, it’s always a good time to begin developing relationships with potential buyers. These connections will help you determine which company is the most established, trustworthy and best fit when you are ready to make a change. Beginning the conversation early allows you to optimize your opportunity, prepare for the process and enhance your business to ensure a smooth transaction and receive the highest proceeds.

Since 1997, Veritext has been built on quality acquisitions. We are proud of our growth of more than 50 successful partnerships and counting. Our established model is such that we have an excellent reputation for honest and ethical transactions and a tried and true integration process based on transparency. Our strong financial standing makes us a trusted buyer in the industry.

Selling your business certainly does not mean you have to go into retirement. At Veritext, we have many former court reporting business owners who are thriving in new roles, allowing them to focus on the areas of the business they love to do. Pursue your love of court reporting, business development or management — the options are flexible!

So whether you are ready to retire, tired of the burdens of managing your business, in need of a substantial investment to keep up with the changing technology, an entrepreneur, want to be part of a bigger company, or are simply looking for a change – the time to start the conversation is now.

We are happy to have a conversation with you at any time and rest assured we will keep your information confidential.

The Veritext Culture
Things to Consider When Choosing A Buyer
The Selling Process
Answers to Your Questions

Breathe Easy.

All of those teeming questions about selling your court reporting business – FINALLY answered.

What impact does COVID have on my ability to sell my business?

November 10, 2020/by Katie Dodd

Who should I tell about the sale process within my organization and when?

November 10, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What can I do to prepare for a sale?

November 10, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What are the various legal documents involved in an acquisition?

November 10, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What happens during due diligence and how long does it take?

November 10, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What is an earnout and how do they work?

November 9, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What is an escrow?

November 9, 2020/by Katie Dodd

How long do I need to stay on post-acquisition?

November 3, 2020/by Katie Dodd

How will my clients be impacted?

November 3, 2020/by Katie Dodd

How will my reporters and videographers be impacted?

November 3, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What will happen with my employees?

November 3, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What changes do you make to my business after I sell?

November 3, 2020/by Katie Dodd

What should I consider in a buyer?

November 9, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

What is my business worth?

November 9, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

But I’m not ready to retire . . .

November 8, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

Why sell your court reporting business?

October 20, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

What is EBITDA?

October 17, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

What is the acquisition process like?

August 19, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

How should I select an attorney?

August 9, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

How are accounts receivable handled?

July 9, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

Why do I need to sign a non-compete?

February 10, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

When is the right time to sell?

January 12, 2017/by Rebekah Bryant

Why I Chose Veritext

Former Court Reporting Firm Owners Tell All
(Hear it from those who’ve gone the distance and lived to share about it.)

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